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Why Do Cats Need Exercise And The 5 Things To Consider

Cats can be great pets but, especially when they are kittens, they can be full of energy and spend a good amount of time playing and expunging tons of excess energy. But as cats get older they will often spend much of their time napping, lounging, and becoming generally idle over time. On average, a cat can sleep anywhere from...

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Best Cat Exercise Wheel

Do you have a cat as your very dear cat and wondering how to keep it busy at home? Could it be that you have a small back yard which has provided a limited area for your cat in its exercise or movements? Have you visited the veterinary doctor and instructed you to keep exercising your cat as often as...

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What To Do If Your Cat Won’t Let You Trim Their Nails

Most pet owners are aware that they need to cutting their cat's claws. But cats can make things very difficult if they don't want you to cut their nails. Cats' nails require maintenance just like human nails do and it can be tricky to persuade your cat to offer out their paws if they don't want to. Why Do We...

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Why Is My Cat Thin At The Back End?

Do you commonly wonder why you have a thin cat? Part of responsible pet ownership is making sure our cats are a healthy size and weight for their age and breed. After all, we all want our pets to be happy and healthy. Keeping a close eye on your cat’s condition is a good habit to get into. Doing so...

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8 Steps To Bringing An Outdoor Cat Inside

Living an indoor-only lifestyle is generally considered safer for your cat as it keeps them away from dangers such as predators, traffic, or even other people. However, many cats do roam outside, either as feral or stray cats, or as domesticated cats with outdoor access. For many cats, access to the outdoors allows many natural behaviors to be displayed, which...

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Should I Euthanize My Cat With Diabetes?

Diabetes mellitus is a disease in cats that affects blood glucose levels due to a lack of insulin. It can be a challenging condition, but many cats go on to live long and happy lives by following the right diet and taking insulin. Some even go into full remission. Cat owners can find diabetes to be an overwhelming diagnosis. The...

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Why Does My Cat Bite My Feet?

All cat owners have been the victim of a foot ambush. We all know the routine—you sit down to rest or get into bed and your cat pounces at your feet for no apparent reason. The moment you move your toes; they attack those, too. So why do cats attack feet? Cats are known for exhibiting some strange and inexplicable...

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Are Laser Toys Safe For Cats?

Most pet owners know that cats go crazy for laser toys. It's very entertaining to watch them perform Olympic-grade gymnastics while they flip about trying to catch the tiny red dot. They can be an excellent way of exercising your cat indoors as they are natural predators and adore chasing the little red light. Are laser toys safe to use...

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Do Caracals Make Good Pets?

The caracal (Caracal caracal) is a species of wild cat. The caracal is sometimes called the desert lynx, though it is not a true lynx. There are three subspecies of caracal: the Southern caracal (C. c. caracal), which is found in South Africa and East Africa; the Northern caracal (C. c. nubicus), which is found in North and West Africa;...

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6 Hybrid Cat Breeds: Crossbred Felines That Are Too Cute!

Hybrid cat breeds are created by cross-breeding domestic cats with small wild cats.  Using wild cat blood typically happens very early in the breed’s development and is abandoned once the breed type is established, at which point only domestic cats are used for breeding. Hybrid cat breeds are great for people who love the exotic look of wild cats but...

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